Everton boss Frank Lampard heads the betting in the Premier League sack race, with Jesse Marsch also under early pressure at Leeds United.
It might be time to revise those embedded opinions on Frank Lampard, who at least exists on a par with Mikel Arteta and Steven Gerrard.
"We will quickly continue to think about that because we have to take the club forward. We have to improve. I have to improve."
Lampard is taking Everton in the right direction in a Mailbox of pitch invasion and penalty shootout solutions.
"The fans lifted them, the crowd reacted and we have created a special night in Everton’s history."
"We have two games left to probably get two points with the goal difference situation with Leeds."
The relegation race has taken yet another turn, Spurs are motoring, Man City overcame their own defence and someone should sign Teemu Pukki.
"The red card changes everything. You can't play with 10-men for 70 minutes in the Premier League and expect much more."
“It’s been a big push on and off the pitch for the club and sustaining that is not easy and not normal."
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"We created chances, rode our luck at times. It's important to enjoy these moments but there's a lot of work to do."
“It’s an emotional game, isn’t it? My first job is to protect Everton Football Club for the players, for the club itself..."
“[His] comments constitute improper conduct as they imply bias and/or attack the integrity of the referee."
Everton have managed to pick up seven points in their last four Premier League matches as they look to keep pace with Burnley.
"The team, stadium, the fans were man of the match today... Thanks to them."
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This is not about Everton or even Frank Lampard but he should have never been appointed.
"The game plan was understanding they are one of the best teams in the world, with what they are doing to other teams."
"It's a huge fixture. I have watched it from afar many times. I am very happy to be involved."
Dele Alli is yet to start a game for Everton following his move from Tottenham in January.
"I saw a quote this week saying we were let off the hook that it’s happened. I don’t see how."
Brendan Rodgers is back on Merseyside on Wednesday evening.
"It's tough for us as we don't have that there. He gave us a sense of calm. He was great today."
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